Here at Partseller.co.uk, we take the online safety of our customers very seriously. We use one of the highest levels of online security there is to ensure that all online transactions are made securely on our website. We are committed to protecting your privacy and making customers feel safe during any transactions.
The advanced security measures we have in place encrypt your personal information which includes your name, address, and credit card details. This ensures that any details can not be intercepted as it travels over the internet.
You always know if the website you are on is secure by checking if ‘http’ is replaced with ‘https’ in the browser’s URL. As an example, ‘https://www.partseller.co.uk’ which shows we are secure. Also, at the top of the page, next to the URL, a small padlock should appear.
To make our customers feel even more secure whilst shopping with partseller.co.uk, we now have verified by Visa and Mastercard Securecode. These services enhance your existing card account against unauthorized use when you shop with us.
Click here to visit Verified by Visa website
Click here to visit the Mastercard SecureCode website
We embed technologically advanced data encryption into our site to ensure safe and secure transactions.
Our payment area is secured using industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer technology (SSL). You will always know that this area is secure through the small yellow padlock in the bottom right-hand corner of your browser. Another easy way to tell is through the address bar having ‘https’ in front of the website URL showing that it is secure (the ‘s’ standing for ‘Secure’).
The current browser you are using should show all these visual indications that you are using a safe and secure website.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is the standard security technology for creating an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This is to make sure that all the data that is transferred from your browser and our web server is private and secure, meaning it can not be intercepted or
tracked. This particular system is used by millions of websites across the world to ensure the safety and security of its customers.
For a website to be SSL secure it requires an SSL certificate that will generate a gold padlock in the information toolbar.